Mindfulness-Based Psychotherapy


Holistic. The person of the therapist.

ROSS_HONG_KONG-Foter-CC-BY-NC-SAI provide mindfulness-based, holistic supervision. I will help you bring a mindfulness lens and perspective to your cases so that you can actually work in the here and now, work experientially, where, I believe, true healing and growth can happen most effectively. I will also help you look honestly at yourself. Often, cases where you are stuck point to unhealed parts of yourself that need attention before the work with the particular client can move forward. That is why I call myself a holistic supervisor, because I believe it serves your clients to do your own work. I do not limit supervision to only case consultation, but given that the self of the therapist is one of the biggest factors in the change process with a client, I believe healing the self and looking at your own wounds is an important part of supervision. One of the things I love about this profession is that we cannot cheat, that if we do not do our own work, then it shows up in our work with clients, it shows up in the stuck places in our cases. So, I support you, as my supervisee, to do your own work and to bring your raw vulnerability, your mistakes, your insecurities and fear and your full humanity to supervision so you can heal and grow and thus serve your clients much more effectively.

It may be when we no longer know what to do, we have come to our real work, and that when we no longer know which way to go, we have begun our real journey.
Wendell Berry